NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION DOESN’T APPLY TO INDIA

Power and Interest News Report

Our friends at PINR have produced an excruciatingly long but provocative report on nuclear development in India with the approval and love of the U.S. administration. Iran swears up and down it just wants to build nuclear reactors; India thinks warheads are a very nice thing to have around. El Baradei over at IAEA also thinks India can be made an exception to the nonnuclear proliferation treaty. What is the difference between Iran and India? Quite simple. Everybody in India is nice, sweet, handsome, and they mostly speak English. Who would not trust them? In fact, not to keep you guessing (on the miraculous outside chance you care), I really do trust them. But, then, naive simpleton that I am, I trust Iran, too.